Entrance to the town hall of Duffel, Belgium
Doorway to one of the best onion soup in Bruges, Belgium I have ever had the pleasure of eating!
In the Bajío (black cat saloon)
In Fort 2 (Wommelgem), a structure from 1860 and part of the "inner" defense ring around Antwerp
Lots of doors in this small shed
Red, White & Black
In the Bajío
A messy front door of a house ready to be torn down
Important place to Mexican Independence from Spain
Entrance to the university library of Ljubljana
Entrada of Hotel Luna, Guanaxato
Light behind the door
A bright red door on Pier Road in Pembroke Dock.
Fort Stevens, Oregon
Armory - American Civil War
Fort Stevens was an American military installation that guarded the mouth of the Columbia River in the state of Oregon.
Built near the end of the American Civil War, it was named for a slain Civil War general and former Washington Territory governor, Isaac I. Stevens.
Entry doors to the pub of Fort Merksem (temporarily closed due to COVID)